Republicans in United States and Israel prefer to blame liberal media for recent scandals and expect Trump to express strong support for Jewish state during May 22 visit
Debra Nussbaum Cohen
Debra Nussbaum Cohen writes from New York for Haaretz and is a contributing editor at The Forward. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and New York magazine. She also authored "Celebrating Your New Jewish Daughter: Creating Jewish Ways to Welcome Baby Girls into the Covenant" (Jewish Lights).
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